This release confirms IVAAP as a leader in the subsurface data visualization space, supporting Data Visualization and Data Management for Subsurface, Exploration, Drilling, or Production Applications in the cloud.
Houston, TX — INT is pleased to announce the newest release of its HTML5 upstream visualization platform, IVAAP™ 2.6, accelerating the pace of our release cycle to respond faster to the growing needs of our clients and partners.
IVAAP now offers a robust client SDK so users can extend the platform to meet their unique business objectives — now users can write new and extend existing widgets; add or remove existing modules; create new data connectors; extend the data model; and more.
IVAAP 2.6 offers several key enhancements that mean better performance and faster data interaction in the cloud (Azure, AWS, Google): more interpretation capabilities with added fault picking in 2D seismic; improved map-based search with multiple criteria for OSDU R2; UI and navigation improvements; support for real-time wireline logging with decreasing depth; and a new connector to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) database.
“For this latest release, we wanted to focus on features and improvements that would complement our partnership with OSDU and enhance our cloud offerings,” said Hugues Thevoux-Chabuel, Vice President, Cloud Solutions at INT. “We gathered feedback from developers and end users to better understand their needs and worked hard to ensure IVAAP exceeds the current and near-future demands of our clients.”
IVAAP is an upstream visualization platform that enables search and visualization of geophysical, petrophysical, and production data in the cloud. It allows product owners, developers, and architects to rapidly build next-level subsurface digital solutions anywhere without having to start from scratch.
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